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Bringing Together Art & Science to Study Joshua Trees
Harrison House Music, Arts & Ecology will host a talk with Dr. Juniper Harrower, an ecologist and multi-media artist whose research is published in both science and art scholarly journals.

Dr. Harrower will share highlights and challenges of blending the two disciplines in her work and screen her short stop motion animation, A Joshua Tree Love Story, which visually sets forth Juniper’s research findings on the impacts of climate change on Joshua trees in an approachable and inclusive way for non-scientists and scientists alike. Dr. Harrower will be in conversation with Eva Soltes, Founder/Director of Harrison House Music, Arts & Ecology.

For more information about Harrison House Music, Arts & Ecology visit: louharrisonhouse.org


A program of the NEA Big Read Morongo Basin presented by Arts Connection in partnership with Harrison House Music, Arts & Ecology.

The NEA Big Read aims to build community and inspire conversation through the joy of sharing a good book.

To learn more about the Big Read visit: www.BigReadMorongoBasin.com

The NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

Oct 4, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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